Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Why More Entrepreneurs are Getting Divorced?

Being an entrepreneur requires to be self, whereas marriage means merger of two different individualities to one. On the other hand, running a family business may bring strain on a marriage. An entrepreneur generally is a person who is highly motivated, creative, focused and always ready to risk everything for what they believe in. Some entrepreneurs have adrenaline rush of creating, business deals and living on the edge. While these may be wonderful qualities for being an entrepreneur, it brings in stress in the personal relationship. 
When compared to other professions, who are not preoccupied with their professional thoughts all the time and neither bring in so much of security concern for the spouse. However, when it comes to an entrepreneur, his day and night, thoughts and dreams are all preoccupied with business thoughts, their personal life and time does not remain personal, which creates a sense of unprotectiveness and death of feeling for the partner.
In the due course of building and running a business, an entrepreneur unknowingly develops traits like bossiness, self-importance and impatience, which is carried forward to his personal life too. This creates a gap of understanding and sweetness of the relationship.
The survival of such relationship depends on a better understanding in terms of both the partners. Neither should one strain the other with so much of risk factors, nor should the spouse doubt in every step taken by their partner in regards to business. 

Blogumus: a flash animated label cloud for Blogger! a flash animated label cloud for Blogger!
August 28, 2008 /

 "Blogumus" is an Flash based tag cloud widget which uses scripts converted from Roy Tanck's WP Cumulus plugin for Wordpress. I fell in love with Roy's original Cumulus plugin when I saw it, and simply had to learn how to convert this for use in Blogger powered blogs. The result is the widget you can see in action at the top of this post. Hover your mouse over the Flash object to see the animation begin. In this post, I'll explain how you can add Blogumus to your own Blogger layout with ease! 

Update #2 (27th April 2010)

Due to hosting issues, Blogumus has stopped working for those who had previously installed using these instructions. I've resolved the hosting issues by uploading to Google Sites and have edited the following tutorial for installation accordingly.
Unfortunately, this does mean you'll have to reinstall your Blogumus widget or change the URLs to the swfobject.js and tagcloud.js files in your template code in order to ensure your widget works properly again (new installations should work just fine).
If you'd like to reinstall this widget, you can delete the Blogumus gadget from within the Layout>Page Elements section of your Blogger dashboard and use the instructions below to add it again.
If you'd simply like to change the URLS to the files, go to Layout>Edit HTML and tick the "Expand widget templates" box. Then locate the following two URLs in your template:
And replace them with the following URLs:
You can preview your template to ensure you've made no mistakes before saving, and your updated code should display the tag cloud in your blog.
Sincere apologies for the inconvenience this may have caused!

Update #1: Improved Widget Code

I have updated the code required to run this widget to activate links in the tag cloud Flash movie. If you have already installed Blogumus, please replace your widget code with the new updated code, or reference the additional lines to modify your existing installation.

How it works

This widget uses a combination of JavaScript and Flash animation to parse and display your blog labels. Once installed in your template, it should work "out of the box" without any additional tweaking required, though of course you may prefer to change the variables for color, background and size if appropriate :) You should also be able to move the Label Cloud widget through the Page Elements page of your dashboard if you prefer display in a different layout location. To see Blogumus in action, both Flash and Javascript must be installed and enabled for your internet browser. However, it does degrade relatively gracefully, and label links will still be clickable (though not animated) for those who do not use JavaScript of Flash (including search engine spiders).

How to install Blogumus in your Blogger layout

Installing Blogumus in your Blogger layout is surprisingly simple! You should only need to copy and paste a section of code to your Blogger template, though any tweaks for the style of display will require some manual editing. Here are the steps required to install Blogumus in your Blogger layout: Go to Layout>Edit HTML in your Blogger dashboard, and search for the following line (or similar):
Immediatly after this line, paste the following section of code:

Then preview your template. If installed correctly, you should see the tag cloud appear in your sidebar. Then you are free to save your template, edit the colors and dimensions as required, or move it to a different location. That's all!

Customizing Blogumus

In this default installation, Blogumus includes the following preset variables:
  • Width is set to 240px
  • Height is set to 300px;
  • Background color is white
  • Test color is grey
  • Font size is "12"
If you would prefer to make your widget wider, shorter, change the color scheme, etc, you will need to do this by editing various parts of the code. I'll go through these options in the order they appear in the widget code. Editing width and height The variables for width and height are found in this line of the script: 

var so = new SWFObject("", "tagcloud", "240", "300", "7", "#ffffff");

The width (currently 240) is highlighted in red, while the height (300px default) is highlighted in blue. These numerical values specify the width and height in pixels, so you can alter these of you prefer. Editing background color You can change the background color from white to any other color by altering the hex value in the same line: 

var so = new SWFObject("", "tagcloud", "240", "300", "7", "#ffffff");

For example, if you prefer a bright red background, you may replace #ffffff with #ff0000. Take a look at this page for a list of commonly used hex color codes. Alter the color of text By default, the text is set to display as dark grey ( hex value #333333). You can alter this variable in the following line: 

so.addVariable("tcolor", "0x333333");

Be aware that "tcolor" is a Flash variable and doesn't include the usual hash symbol of hex color codes. Be sure to only replace the numbers! Adjust the font size The maximum font size of tags is specified in this line:
so.addVariable("tagcloud", "");
You can alter this to ensure tags are displayed in a bigger or smaller font if you prefer by changing "12" to a larger or smaller number. While making any of these changes, you should be able to preview your widget and be certain that your new choice of color, dimensions and background are suitable for your needs.

Credits, support and requirements

Blogumus is based on the original WP Cumulus plugin by Roy Tanck, and was converted for use with Blogger layouts by myself. Please leave the credit links in the widget code intact. These will not be seen by the majority of your blog readers (as they will only display if JavaScript and Flash is not activated) but leaving these links intact is a great way of passing some link love on to Roy for all his hard work, and to inform other Blogger users that they can find the widget codes on this site.


If you have any problems installing or using this widget, please leave your comments below or direct these to the Blogger Buster forums as Roy will be unable to provide support for installation in Blogger blogs! 


For Blogumus to display properly in your template, you will need to have Flash Player 7 or higher. You can download the latest Flash Player plugin for your browser from Adobe. I'm not sure that this installation will support special characters as tags (only Latin characters supported at present). If you do experiecce issues with labels displaying incorrectly, please let me know. I'll try to add more support, but have very little experience using Flash! 

Your thoughts?

I hope that you enjoy using Blogumus in your own Blogger blogs! Please feel free to share or syndicate this page with your favorite bookmarking service if you think it is worth a mention, or subscribe to the newsfeed to learn of more great Blogger tutorials as they are posted.

Sunday, August 28, 2011

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Thursday, August 25, 2011

for the first time ANNA HAZARE gave us a feeling of empowerment.

 saleem asraf syed 

people we choose to govern begin to rule us instead,what difference between them and britishers.nothing changed,only power changed hands.
2 hours ago ·  · 
on ANNAS direct attack, finally all agrees to discuss the jan lokpal bill at an aam admi...cant fathom why this spineless behaviour,if something is gud for the whole society,why hesitate? everybody upto the rickshaw puller understands that lokpal bill is not going to finish off corruption,but atleast we can make a beginning somewhere,for the first time ANNA gave us a feeling of empowerment.
2 hours ago ·  · 
Saleem Asraf Syed Imdaadullah Runumi Boro Rongpighar main char din aurat nahin ho to kya haal hota hai.....congress se pucho..!! aur rahul baba ka toh bolti bandh...he should hav grabbed this god sent oppurtunity with both hands,public perception matters a lot